As of September 8, vaccination passport verification is required at LaSalle’s recreational facilities for 13-year-olds and over. Proof of identification must also be provided by people 16 years of age and older.
Visitors wanting to access the following municipal facilities will have to present their vaccination passport:
- Parc Cavelier-De Lasalle (at the Centre de tennis Cavelier)
- Parc Hébert (at the clay tennis courts)
- Parc Riverside (at the Stade de baseball Éloi-Viau and during organized activities)
- Parc Hayward (during organized activities)
- Parc Leroux (during organized activities)
- Parc Raymond (during organized activities)
- Centre culturel et communautaire Henri-Lemieux
- Complexe aquatique Michel-Leduc (Aquadôme)
- Aréna Jacques-Lemaire
Please note that the vaccination passport will not be required to access the L’Octogone library. However, depending on certain conditions, it may be needed to participate in supervised group activities taking place there.
Proof of identity
Remember that 16-year-olds and over will have to show a piece of photo identification at the same time as their vaccination passport in electronic or paper format. Acceptable pieces of identification will be those issued by a government department, public agency or educational institution (passport, driver’s licence, health insurance card, student card, etc.). Moreover, health insurance cards that had to be renewed without a photo during the pandemic will also be accepted. For 75-year-olds and over, proof of identity without a photo will be accepted as well.
Sports, physical or recreational activities
Indoors, the vaccination passport will be required to participate in all sports and physical activities as well as in some recreational activities.
Outdoors, the vaccination passport will be required for all team sports or supervised physical activities involving frequent or prolonged contact as well as for sports competitions, leagues and tournaments.
However, the passport will not be required for independent outdoor physical activities and sports, including at facilities such as basketball or tennis courts, with the exception of doubles reservations at the Centre de tennis Cavelier in Parc Cavelier-De LaSalle and at Parc Hébert as well as at exercise stations.
The vaccination passport will be required for participants, companions and spectators of any indoor cultural event.
It will also be required for outdoor cultural events with more than 50 participants.
All the places and activities requiring the vaccination passport are listed on the Government of Québec’s website.